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Motor fuel prices in Slovakia moved in both directions this week

Motor fuel prices in Slovakia last week moved in both directions with the price of 98-octane petrol going up while the price of 95-octane petrol declined from the previous week. LPG and diesel prices remained unchanged from the previous week, the Slovak Statistics Office stated, as reported by the SITA newswire.

Motor fuel prices in Slovakia last week moved in both directions with the price of 98-octane petrol going up while the price of 95-octane petrol declined from the previous week. LPG and diesel prices remained unchanged from the previous week, the Slovak Statistics Office stated, as reported by the SITA newswire.

The price of 98-octane petrol increased by €0.007 week-to-week to €1.730 per litre while the price of 95-octane petrol decreased by €0.001 to €1.573 per litre. Diesel prices stayed at €1.479 per litre, as did LPG at €0.727 per litre.

At the end of last year, a litre of 95-octane petrol cost €1.456 and 98-octane petrol cost €1.590/litre. The price of diesel was €1.412/litre and the LPG price was €0.705/litre.

Source: SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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